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administer it to them while they wait for help to arrive. just as you would for an epipen. >> but dr. ed boyer also warns it won't always work. >> it requires people understand that the medications, you know, last longer. the medications may be more potent than individuals anticipate. the absolute need to call 911 has to be -- has to be made clear. >> as a parent, linda knows what it's like to want to save your child. >> you must, must, must have narcan if you have an addict. you must absolutely. because the whole trick of it is to keep them alive until they finally get it. >> now, you might have noticed that none of the people called 911. i tell you, i think that's a terrible oversight. if you do see that someone's unconscious, you need to immediately call for help before you jump in. keep that in mind. in many cases some doctors think it might give addicts and their friends and their family a false sense of security as well. could be a lifesaver. but these are clearly some pretty tough issues. >>> now, coming up, it's open enrollment time. how to protect your wallet and what you need t
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